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Dolni Vestonice and Pavlov, in the Czech Republic both contained impressions on clay of knotted nets. Ohalo II in Israel contained unidentified plant fibers, likely used for textiles dating to 21 thousand years ago.
But the best known, and the coolest, evidence is found on the many many Venus figurines such as the 24 thousand-year old Venus of Willendorf. Venus figurines from western Europe wore basketry hats, belts, and a strap of cloth above the breast.
They're covered in cloth that has been stitched and sealed with wax, wild stamps, and lots of confusing lettering. Prior to that time, there is very little evidence for artistic or symbolic expression.
The Upper Paleolithic was a 40 thousand-year renaissance for Homo sapiens.
Although humans were likely wearing skins for clothing from 500 thousand to 100 thousand years ago, the oldest evidence for actual textile production include a possible needle and footwear made of plant fibers dating to 40 thousand years ago.